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Re: 1792 american tour, please share your experiences
Posted by: FrankM ()
Date: July 29, 2007 06:17

Ron Wood Wrote:
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> all this raving about what a "funny thread" this
> is seems desperate . . . i mean, lets face it,
> IORR ain't what it used to be.


Jeez man lighten up. Did someone steal your crayons or something?


> and the jokes aint that good on this thread!


Well I think most of the jokes in this thread are hilarious. Of course the author of the thread gave the perfect "setup" for a good joke so I guess he deserves credit too.



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 2007-07-29 06:24 by FrankM.

Re: 1792 american tour, please share your experiences
Posted by: open-g ()
Date: July 29, 2007 06:36

Svartmer Wrote:
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> Their first live album, "Live At The Columbia
> University" is from that tour. It´s great. Very
> raw and primitive. Lots of mistakes on it though,
> they didn´t know how to overdub in those days.

That's true, but there are a couple of wooden originals on ebait recently.
I'd bid, if I had the proper wood-worm for it.

btw, how much is a golden doublone worth in €uros?

Re: 1792 american tour, please share your experiences
Posted by: HoldOnToYourHat ()
Date: July 29, 2007 06:55

Anyone else remember the "Tailor vs. Woodsman" battles stemming from fans' reactions to Keith's 2 side jobs ??

Re: 1792 american tour, please share your experiences
Posted by: Tumblin_Dice_07 ()
Date: July 29, 2007 07:01

Ron Wood Wrote:
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> all this raving about what a "funny thread" this
> is seems desperate . . . i mean, lets face it,
> IORR ain't what it used to be.
>
> and the jokes aint that good on this thread!


I don't think it's all that funny either. I don't know if IORR "ain't what it used to be". I haven't been a member for very long so I wouldn't know.

Somebody will probably insult me for saying so, but IN MY OPINION, this thread has gone on way too long and isn't that funny anywayz. Are we that bored? A typo kicked off three pages worth of this. But people seem to enjoy it so good for them.

Re: 1792 american tour, please share your experiences
Posted by: schillid ()
Date: July 29, 2007 07:08

Did anyone mention that the 1792 was even better than the 1699 tour.
Just my opinion.

Re: 1792 american tour, please share your experiences
Posted by: FrankM ()
Date: July 29, 2007 07:11

Yeah but not as good as the 1795 tour.

Re: 1792 american tour, please share your experiences
Posted by: schillid ()
Date: July 29, 2007 07:17

That's a matter of opinion.

Re: 1792 american tour, please share your experiences
Posted by: FrankM ()
Date: July 29, 2007 07:25

Of course in 1798 they might have played "Musketball Motel". That alone would have been worth the price of admission.

Re: 1792 american tour, please share your experiences
Posted by: stonesrule ()
Date: July 29, 2007 07:41

It must be my age but I can't remember the name of that little club that gave them their start.

YOU know, the one before the 1699 tour.

Tina Turner says that the rumors that Pocahontas was the inspiration for all Mick's moves is NOT true.

Re: 1792 american tour, please share your experiences
Posted by: out of my head ()
Date: July 29, 2007 07:47

1972 ?


the year i was born

i thought would make the most of the date jumble


i love the stones

they are the end all and be all of rock music that is based in blues

and clapton too

and jimmy page

LOVE THEM ALL


I M DRUNK !!!

Re: 1792 american tour, please share your experiences
Posted by: sarahunwin ()
Date: July 29, 2007 08:05

Maybe I have a warped British humor but I have been laughing for 15 minutes. One little typo and off we go..... hysterical.

Re: 1792 american tour, please share your experiences
Posted by: schillid ()
Date: July 29, 2007 08:14

If I'm not mistaken... their very first tour of duty was 1649.
Slightly before my time. I would have loved to hear them play "The First Time" live.

Re: 1792 american tour, please share your experiences
Posted by: Happy Jack ()
Date: July 29, 2007 08:40

I have to live up to me name as well: i had heard that contemporaries of the stones, a small group known as the 'oo, caused disturbances in the new colonies when they toured and adorned themselves and their equipment with the (at the time) dreaded union jack.

Re: 1792 american tour, please share your experiences
Posted by: Harlix ()
Date: July 29, 2007 08:58


Re: 1792 american tour, please share your experiences
Posted by: stonesrule ()
Date: July 29, 2007 09:49

Few people realize what prophets this "long-lived" band are. As they wrote SO long ago, "Time is on My Side."



The Stones were valiant and determined from the very beginning -- No sound, No lights, No Chuck or Bobby but still they kept going.

Re: 1792 american tour, please share your experiences
Posted by: loochie ()
Date: July 29, 2007 10:02

Ron Wood Wrote:
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> all this raving about what a "funny thread" this
> is seems desperate . . . i mean, lets face it,
> IORR ain't what it used to be.
>
> and the jokes aint that good on this thread!


dunno much about history....but this thread is too hilarious and it's also a great way to learn !!!! winking smiley i even get most of the jokes.

dunno but i bet the stones would have a good laugh too !



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 2007-07-29 12:11 by loochie.

Re: 1792 american tour, please share your experiences
Posted by: Green Lady ()
Date: July 29, 2007 17:15

schillid Wrote:
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> If I'm not mistaken... their very first tour of
> duty was 1649.
> Slightly before my time. I would have loved to
> hear them play "The First Time" live.


1649 - that was the year of their ill-fated first residency at the Eel Pye Taverne. After their third gig, they were arrested by the new Puritan establishment and charged with "Vile Immoralitie, Sundrie Other Lewdnesses and Invokynge Ye Name Of Lucifer". Mick and Keith narrowly escaped being burned at the stake and the whole band had to lie low until the Restoration of the Monarchy. Even then, they were briefly under suspicion because of the unfortunate timing of their new song "Playing With Fire" just before the Great Fire of London.

The Eel Pye Taverne was closed down for many years, but the band of course resumed their residency in 1963.

Re: 1792 american tour, please share your experiences
Posted by: King Snake ()
Date: July 29, 2007 17:18



Yeah.. Keith was sportin` a beard back then..

Re: 1792 american tour, please share your experiences
Posted by: Svartmer ()
Date: July 29, 2007 17:21

No wonder he went down to five strings after a while...

Re: 1792 american tour, please share your experiences
Posted by: Edith Grove ()
Date: July 29, 2007 17:26

Green Lady Wrote:
Mick and Keith narrowly escaped being
> burned at the stake and the whole band had to lie
> low until the Restoration of the Monarchy.

So that was why they exiled to France and created that double album?


Re: 1792 american tour, please share your experiences
Posted by: Beelyboy ()
Date: July 29, 2007 17:37

cool shot of great-great-granny with her autograph book after the show; nice of security to escort her backstage. she was going for keith but bill was all over her.


Re: 1792 american tour, please share your experiences
Posted by: King Snake ()
Date: July 29, 2007 17:47

Hottie!!

Re: 1792 american tour, please share your experiences
Posted by: stonesrule ()
Date: July 29, 2007 17:50

GreenLady and Beelyboy, you are truly inspired!

Re: 1792 american tour, please share your experiences
Posted by: Erik_Snow ()
Date: July 29, 2007 17:56

Beelyboy Wrote:
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> cool shot of great-great-granny with her autograph
> book after the show; nice of security to escort
> her backstage. she was going for keith but bill
> was all over her.
>
> [i82.photobucket.com]
> ilgrims.jpg


LOL!

Re: 1792 american tour, please share your experiences
Posted by: Green Lady ()
Date: July 29, 2007 18:01

LOL likewise!

Re: 1792 american tour, please share your experiences
Posted by: melillo ()
Date: July 29, 2007 18:21

FrankM Wrote:
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> melillo Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > FrankM Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
> > -----
> > > melillo Wrote:
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
> >
> > > -----
> > > > the stones first recording engineer was
> > thomas
> > > > edison
> > >
> > >
> > > Maybe Edison's great great grandfather since
> > > Edison didn't come along till much later.
> >
> >
> > hey thats a leno joke not mine , lol
>
> OMG another Leno joke about The Stones? Half of
> his material must be Stones related. If it weren't
> for The Stones Jay apparently wouldn't have a
> career- maybe he could still pitch Doritos.


your right, leno is always picking on the stones for being old, like the one about knowing he was driving behind the stones tour bus because the turn signal was on for hours

Re: 1792 american tour, please share your experiences
Posted by: schillid ()
Date: July 29, 2007 18:42


image courtesy Rock n Roll Hall of Fame Museum


Artist's depiction of the Stones' "Wood Wheels" tour
making its way west.

Re: 1792 american tour, please share your experiences
Posted by: rooster ()
Date: July 29, 2007 18:47

This thread is gonna be a ....western thread!!

Re: 1792 american tour, please share your experiences
Posted by: Beelyboy ()
Date: July 29, 2007 18:55

schillid Wrote:
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> [www.concertina.com]-
> states/images/anglous-fig10-W400H198.png
> image courtesy Rock n Roll Hall of Fame Museum
>
>
> Artist's depiction of the Stones' "Wood Wheels"
> tour
> making its way west.

hey schillid, great shot! if you look real close you can see brian walking with the fans & working out his recorder parts!

Re: 1792 american tour, please share your experiences
Posted by: boston2006 ()
Date: July 29, 2007 19:24

I remember seeing them with Thomas Jefferson @ The Capitol Lawn in 1792

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